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  • To ARMS, all paperwork goes to ARMS

    The Air Force Reserve recently took another step forward in making its operations a 'paperless' society by implementing the Automated Records Management System (ARMS). The 301st Fighter Wing can now review their personnel records online through a secure Website 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • Brothers serve worldwide, together

    Hall of Fame football coach Vince Lombardi's words "The quality of a person's life is determined by their commitment to excellence regardless of their chosen field of endeavor" speaks true to the life of James and Daniel Dickey - two 301st Fighter Wing brothers. They started with a dream but have

  • ‘Kids of Iraq’ help further community relations

    More than 70 volunteers and chapel team members from across JBB joined forces to sort through and prepare children's items for distribution as part of a "Kids of Iraq" initiative March 11. Started in 2008, Kids of Iraq is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of Iraqi children

  • Celebrate first National Crime Victims' Rights Week here

    National Crime Victims' Rights Week begins April 26 and runs through May 2, 2009. This is a time to focus on victims of crime and celebrate our nation's progress in serving them. This year's theme, "25 Years of Rebuilding Lives: Celebrating the Victims of Crime Act", honors a landmark national

  • Wing wins fifth Air Force Outstanding Unit Award

    Congratulations to all 301st Fighter Wing members for winning the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award ... again! This is the fifth time in 12 years the 301st FW has won this very prestigious award. Airmen are authorized to wear this ribbon with an appropriate device provided you served anytime in the

  • Father, son duo deploy to prep jets for flight

    An F-16 Fighting Falcon from the 301st Fighter Squadron out of Fort Worth Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, Texas, pulls into a hangar here for alert-status preparation. A frenzy of crew chiefs work together to get the aircraft turned around quickly for the next go. Among the crew chiefs, a